Robert “Bob” Paine and Authur Smith Named New Goodness Village Board Members!

Little Rock, AR, March 1, 2024 – Goodness Village-Little Rock, is pleased to announce that two new members are joining its Board of Directors. The new board members bring with them years of experience, leadership and personal experiences that help support the Goodness Village mission of providing comfort, care and community to guests traveling to Little Rock to receive medical treatment.

Robert “Bob” Paine, is a retired business owner and joins the Goodness Village board with a total 46 years of business experience in a variety of settings and industries. Paine has a passion for using his skills to glorify Christ, invest in others and have a positive impact on anyone he meets. Aurthur Smith, is a dedicated student pursuing his graduate degree in Strategic
Communications, at Purdue University’s Brian Lamb School of Communication. Smith says he is grateful for the opportunity to build on his passion and calling to drive positive change. He hopes to create a lasting impact for an organization that is committed to serving its mission and people.

“We are honored to have such a dedicated group of professionals serving on the Goodness Village Board of Directors. As we look ahead, we are thrilled about the potential for an even greater impact. Bob and Authur are committed to expanding goodness by seeking new partnerships, intensifying efforts to raise awareness, all while never losing sight of what is most important, serving our guests,” said Kim Burket, Executive Director.

For over 28 years the mission of Goodness Village has been to provide a home away from home for patients and their families who are seeking medical treatment in Little Rock. The world-class care, treatment facilities and resources in Little Rock bring patients from all over the country for short- and long-term stays during their medical treatment. Goodness Village provides a home for patients to live with their family or caregivers in their own private apartment throughout the
duration of treatment.